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A low-pressure system moving to the east and currently around the St. Louis, MO area will bring snow to the area starting during the morning hours of Saturday. Snow will be steady and last through the day on Saturday.
Here is what future radar looks like from Saturday morning to Sunday afternoon.
Above are images of what the radar could look like. Snow will again move into the area Saturday morning. The snow will pick up in intensity and coverage throughout the day. Snow will last into Saturday afternoon and evening. Then, snow will begin tapering off Saturday evening but snow will linger into the first half of Sunday.
Temperatures won’t be too cold on Saturday as well but. Temperatures will primarily stay at or below freezing meaning we will have a
Alright, the all important question. How much snow we could see from this system? Above is a look at the 48-hour snowfall totals from tonight to Sunday. After
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